Introduction to Pathophysiology (IP1000)


Credits: 25

This unit will introduce students to the cellular physiological and pathophysiological basis of common chronic diseases involving the blood, cardiovascular, respiratory, nervous, endocrine, urinary and gastrointestinal systems using a case based learning approach. Students will evaluate responses to trauma, minor infections and disease. ANS regulation and inflammation will be present as the themes bringing pathophysiology of the organs systems together.

Delivery Mode

Semester 1Semester 2
Unit NOT availableFace-to-face (on campus)

Tuition Patterns

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Lecture2 hours weekly
Tutorial3 hours weekly


What are prerequisites?

Prerequisites are courses or units that must be completed or admitted into before enrolling in this unit.

HSF1000Human Structure and Function